Life Span Development

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Someone tells you that she has analyzed your genetic background and environmental experiences and concluded that environment definitely has had little influence on your intelligence. What would you say about this analysis?

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    The question is what would YOU say about this analysis?

    Is your intelligence similar to your siblings and your ancestors?

    If it's not, what caused the difference?

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